Microsoft may have reversed course on its online plans, but EA hasn't. The contentious Online Pass system is still dead.
Some retailers say they're already selling out of their launch day allotments of the next-generation gaming consoles due out by year's end. But you've still got several options for securing a PS4 or Xbox One right out of the gate.
EA says most modern gaming rigs can't handle the company's EA Sports Ignite engine, but games powered by its Frostbite 3 engine will be optimized for AMD graphics.
Huawei generated some buzz Tuesday with the announcement of the Ascend P6, which the company bills as the world's thinnest smartphone.
The Dragon Mobile Assistant app recently updated with a voice command mode. Jared Newman takes it for a drive to test Dragon's conversation skills.
Barnes & Noble will keep discounts going on its Nook HD and Nook HD+ tablets, citing the “fantastic success” of Father’s Day sales.
A new antipiracy technology is being developed by a German university. The method, called SiDiM, applies subtle changes to the text of individual ebooks, to more easily identify the source of piracy.
Changes at Yahoo keep on coming; this time there's a new look for Yahoo Search.
The six strike antipiracy measures have taken effect, although not all ISPs are playing, and apparently at least one entertainment company is practicing a variation on the policy.
Though Computex happens an ocean away from the United States, it’s a great show for PC lovers to keep an eye on. Here’s a roundup of our favorite gadgets from Computex 2013.
Inventec may not be a household name in the US -- it builds devices on behalf of Western PC makers -- but the small Windows 8 tablet prototype it was showing off at Computex is worth your attention.
Rather than launching a native app for the slew of smart devices out there, Pandora's covering all comers with an HTML5 app.
After months of delays and redesigns, the Wikipad Android gaming tablet will launch next week for $249.
Microsoft's new-look operating systems are finally getting a Halo game of their own.
Microsoft's Windows Phone is still an underdog in the smartphone market, but it's starting to put up a decent fight.